"Fujioka Tsubasa" is the first single off of Shorthand Phonetics second album "Apparently...I'm In Medicine / Love, or the Illusion of the Beginning Symptoms of It" The single contains two songs: 1. "Fujioka Tsubasa [single version]" and 2. "I Could Have Learned So Much About Human Physiology and Bioethics If Hadn't Made This Song About One Unimportant, Insignificant Thing That Literally Happened That First September of Med School" The A-side... Topics: Tsubasa, Shorthand Phonetics, Hanabishi, Ababil, Ashari, Japan
"Hey Aki, Love Whatever." is the second post-album-4 single by alternative lo-fi indie band Shorthand Phonetics. The A-Side, "Hey Aki, Love Whatever." is a 3-minute full-band rendition of a songwriting experiment conducted by Ababil Ashari. The song was constructed by asking random people on Facebook what their favorite words, chords and name was. The first 9 people who replied (F. Ahmayuddin, N. Fadhita, M.R. Farhan, I. Kusumadewi, U. Mega, F. Oktavia, W.A. Pramardika, A.A.... Topics: Shorthand Phonetics, Experimental, Songwriting, Love, Whatever, Ababil, Ashari
âThank God for Ã Wednesday (And Minus the Bear (And Glee)) / Goodbye Jikyoku-toâ is a double A-sided single by lo-fi indie rock band Shorthand Phonetics. It was first debuted on the internet in its entirety on the 21st June of 2010. The single contains two songs 01. "Thank God for Ã Wednesday (And Minus the Bear (And Glee))" an indie rock song about mending relationships after a disastrous proposal and, 02. "Goodbye Jikyoku-to (Because "Jatinangor" is Just So Damn... Topics: Shorthand Phonetics. Thank God, Jatinangor, Ababil, Ashari, Vania, Tiara
"Apparently...I'm In Medicine / Love, or the Illusion of the Beginning Symptoms of It" is the second full-length LP by lo-fi indie rock band Shorthand Phonetics. It was released on the internet in May of 2007. Like the previous LP "Fanfiction", this was also recorded into a webcam mic to a NEC Versa E680. Sonar Home Studio 4 was used extensively for production and FL Studio 6 was chosen for post production and mastering. "Medicine / Love" is a fifty-three minute... Topics: Shorthand, Phonetics, Sequel, Hanabishi, Hideaki, Tsubasa, Ababil, Ashari, Japan, Medicine, Music,...
"Today Adam Gets His Hair Cut" is the first single off of Shorthand Phonetics' 4th album "Errors in Calculating Odds, Errors in Calculating Value". The A-Side, "Today Adam Gets His Hair Cut," is a 2-and-a-half minute shot of intravenous power pop inspired by an Indonesian short film by I Wayan Andrew Handisurya titled "Hari Ini Adam Potong Rambut," which incidently literally translates into "Today Adam Gets His Hair Cut". The song is written... Topics: Shorthand Phonetics, Adam, Andrew, Handisurya, Teh Alin, Music, Powerpop, Ababil, Ashari